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La danza inmóvil : continuità e novità nell'ultima opera narrativa di Manuel Scorza / Giuseppe Bellini

Otra ed.: Il confronto letterario : Quaderni del Dipartimento di Lingue e Letterature Straniere Moderne dell'Università de Pavia, Anno II, nº 4 (novembre 1985), Pavia, Schena Editore, [s.a.], pp. 231-...

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Crónica, historiografía e imaginación en las novelas de Manuel Scorza / Consuelo Hernández J.

Otra ed.: Cuadernos Hispanoamericanos, núm. 543 (septiembre 1995), Madrid: Instituto de Cooperación Iberoamericana, pp.149-158

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¿Un marginal sin poder o un rebelde con causa?: El novelista latinoamericano según Manuel Scorza (Perú) / Fernando Aínsa

Otra ed.: Aínsa, Fernando, Pasarelas. Letras entre dos mundos: ensayo, París, Indigo & Côte-femmes, 2002, pp.165-169

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Il gran murale di Manuel Scorza / di Giuseppe Bellini

Otra ed.: Corriere del Ticino, 25 octubre 1980

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Gli eventi e il mito / di Giuseppe Bellini

Otra ed.: Scorza, Manuel; Morino, A. (trad.), II cavaliere insonne, Milano, Feltrinelli, 1979, p. 227

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Name:
Scorza, Manuel
Date of birth:
1928
Date of death:
1983
Uniform Resource Locator:
http://data.cervantesvirtual.com/person/15392
VIAF:
99948371
ISNI:
0000000121033520

Manuel Scorza (September 9, 1928 – November 27, 1983) was an important Peruvian novelist, poet, and political activist, exiled under the regime of Manuel Odría. He was born in Lima. He is best known for the series of five novels, known collectively as "The Silent War," that began with Redoble por Rancas (1970). All five have been translated into more than forty languages, including English. He died when his plane, Avianca Flight 011, crashed on approach to Madrid's Barajas Airport after striking a series of hilltops. The crash killed 181 passengers, including Mexican novelist and playwright Jorge Ibargüengoitia, Uruguayan writer, academic, and literary critic Ángel Rama, and Argentinian art critic Marta Traba.

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